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7 types of HTML codes every novice WordPress user should know

If you’re new to website design, then WordPress is a great content management system (CMS) for the do-it-yourself site owner. It does come with a slight learning curve, but if you’re willing to sit through a few tutorials, it shouldn’t be too difficult. One aspect that you may want to learn a bit about is HTML code. Though it sounds scary at first, the basics are pretty easy to work with once you get the hang of them.
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